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The Cull - Tony Park

The Cull

By: Tony Park

Paperback | 31 July 2018

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One mission... countless enemies.

Former mercenary Sonja Kurtz is hired by business tycoon Julianne Clyde-Smith to head an elite squad. Their aim: to take down Africa's top poaching kingpins and stop at nothing to save its endangered wildlife.

But as the body count rises, it becomes harder for Sonja to stay under the radar as she is targeted by an underworld syndicate known as The Scorpions.

When her love interest, safari guide and private investigator Hudson Brand, is employed to look into the death of an alleged poacher at the hands of Sonja's team, she is forced to ask herself if Julianne's crusade has gone too far.

From South Africa's Kruger National Park to the Serengeti of Tanzania, Sonja realises she is fighting a war on numerous fronts, against enemies known and unknown.

So who can Sonja really trust?
Industry Reviews
"The Cull provides a fascinating insight into a life and death struggle - for humans as well as animals."
Daily Telegraph

"Gripping from beginning to end, with some evocative descriptions of the countryside thrown in, it makes for an entertaining and thought-provoking read."
Canberra Weekly

"The story starts off at a pace and never slows down - purehard core action. His passion for his characters matched with his experience and familiarity with southern Africa is probably unequalled, or a very close second to Wilbur Smith...you can feel the author's enthusiasm on every page."
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